Who’s Watching Whom? : Bob McCallum

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Canon 5D MK4, F/5, 100-400mm @400mm, 1/1000 sec, ISO 640 In this Covid-19 world of 2020, instead of a June visit to the magnificent redwoods of northern California, the awesome coastline of Oregon, and the spectacular interior waterfalls also in … Continued

The Bird God: Ian Dickinson

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From Mexico to Panama, high in the mountainous rainforest lives one of the world’s most beautiful birds. The Resplendent Quetzal was considered divine in pre-Columbian civilizations and was believed to be an incarnation of the snake/bird god Quetzalcotl. It was … Continued

Traverse Woods: Donna Fano

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Camera: Nikon D7200 Lens: Nikkor AF-S @ 300 mm Settings: ISO: 250; F/6.3; 1/800 sec;  The photography outing arranged by Ian Dickinson on Saturday, May 11 to Traverse Woods (near the birding banding station at Traverse Point) proved to be … Continued

Rear View Mirror: Bob McCallum

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Canon 6D, F/5, 100-400mm @100mm, 1/1600 sec, ISO 1250 When we left Juneau, Alaska on an August morning aboard the small touring vessel named the Katlian Express, we were headed to view, up-close, the Twin Sawyer Glaciers. The boat features … Continued

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